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ordinances

Municipal laws.

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On Tuesday, the hotels sued the city, charging that the City Council violated state law on referendums by repealing the first ordinance -- which stopped the referendum -- and then adopting essentially the same ordinance a few weeks later.
After a flurry of local and national media attention, Black Jack's planning and zoning commission proposed revamping its ordinance to allow more than three people not related by blood, marriage, or adoption.
To accomplish this methodological alchemy, I combine archival work into the social and intellectual history of the movement to pass the West Ordinance with a wide-ranging synthetic reading of trends in urban history throughout the West and the expanding world of Western colonialism, especially highlighting trends in India and South Africa.
In 1975, the city in which your property is situated passed a new ordinance requiring that all new buildings of 4 or more stories in size have an elevator available for its tenants.
OTIS will give law enforcement comparative information on ordinances, particularly for cities of like size, for the purpose of developing and revising alarm ordinances.
The USGBC is encouraged by the ordinance and hopes more cities will follow San Francisco's lead, says Rick Fedrizzi, USGBC president, CEO and founding chair.
Ordinance authors should be aware that the processing facilities, contractors and haulers in the area can provide a wealth of information and are worth consulting before adopting an ordinance that will affect them.
Directors should buy ordinance or law coverage only if they intend to replace their buildings.
An Illinois court invalidated the ordinance, ending its enforcement and beginning years of litigation that culminated in the Supreme Court's deciding that the ordinance is unconstitutionally vague.
8) The Virginia Compact, like the Northwest Ordinance, is still in effect.
If the ordinance were applied equally in all communities, regardless of race, ethnicity or social status, the country on the whole would be outraged.
The Savannah Tree Foundation had spearheaded passage of the tree ordinance, and McKee found it frustrating to tell her neighbors the ordinance could not help.